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. it is harder to aim. it's harder to use. and in fact, you don't need 30 rounds to protect yourself. buy a shotgun. buy a shotgun. >> the vice president says he keeps two shotguns and shells locked up in a metal safe in his home. >>> snow blanketed bay area peeks today. a light dusting stuck to the summit today. the wind made for a near whiteout condition on mt. hamilton. the snow has moved on, but the chief says it will be a while before we warm up again. >> remember saturday? it was mid 70s throughout the bay area with sunshine. now today, we talked about snow level dropping down to 2500 feet and even though kpix5 is dry right now, we are now on the other side of that front. that means we're on the cold side of things. how much rain fall? san ramon, a half inch. hayward, just about that much. and clarks burg, 1/3 of an inch. how quickly we will drop down to near freezing. we likely will hit the freezing mark and fremont, you will drop down to 34 degrees. let's talk more about the snow. it's a rare treat this winter. roberta took the kp5 mobile weather lab up to mt. hamilton where the
reporter gives us the play by play. the cabin goes up in flames. >> good evening on this special edition of kpix5 news, i'm ken bastida. >> and i'm elizabeth cook. it looks like it's finally over. fugitive excop, christopher dorner is dead. his body is inside a burned out cabin near big bear. cbs reporter, teresa garcia is near big bear with what the end of a dramatic day. teresa. >> reporter: it is expected to take several hours, if not days to process all of the evidence. investigators are saying they still need to confirm whether the body inside is indeed that of the suspect, christopher dorner, and cbs law enforcement sources are telling us there is a body inside that cabin, which burned for at least two hours. sources tell cbs news that they believe christopher dorner's body is inside a cabin. but los angeles police say it is still too hot to go inside to confirm his death. the cabin went up in flames during the standoff with law enforcement. police swarmed the area and cornered dorner, who had apparently been hiding out in the mountains. when they arrived, the bullets started fl
. so far, there's no word on how she died or who may have killed her. police tell us that they will have more information tomorrow. >>> and a brentwood family is pleading for help finding their daughter, torre stevenson has been missing since friday afternoon. her mom told us that torre's boyfriend dropped her off for a job interview in the tenderloin here in san francisco. she told him that she would call him in an hour to pick her up, but no one has heard from her since. >> if you see this, please call me. call mike. call the san francisco police. we will come and get you. we will come and get you, anywhere you are, please. please call. >> the missing girl is 5'4", 110-pounds with long brown hair, hazel eyes and tattoos on her forearms and you're being asked to call police if you see her. >>> we're learning that the bunker where a five-year-old boy was held hostage was rigged with explosives. fbi agents stormed in before they could go off. cbs reporter, mark tells us how agents got the boy out safely. >> reporter: this video is our first glimpse of the property.
of distress, except for the radio transmission, which are compelling evidence enough for us to continue searching. >> also complicating things, the family on the boat provided gps cured that coordinates. >>> police issued an arrest warrant today for 26-year-old amar harris. he is suspected of killing rapper, kenneth cherry, an oakland native of thursday. cherry's car slammed into a taxi, causing it to burst into flames. the search for harris expanded to include south carolina, georgia, and florida. >>> a local oyster farm is catching a break from its long running battle with the federal government. drake bay oyster company won a court order to stay in business. they bring in a third of the state's oyster protection, but operates on federal land. the next hearing is scheduled for the week of may 15. david jackson has more on this in a live report on wpix5 at 11:00. >>> the time is running out, there are just four more days until massive budget cuts kick in. so far, congress and the president can't seem to make a deal. the cbs reporter, major garrett, on how all of us could soon feel th
, february 10th. thank you for being with us. i'm ann. >> and i'm phil. we have a lot of news to cover in the next hour and we'll look at the boy scouts and a uc hastings professor about the legal and ethical and public relations implication of that. >> and we a couple of hundreds of days away and we'll speak with some of the men behind this and about that celebration planned. >> and the sniffle season. and first, let's look at the story that captivated the nation, the storm that hit the northeast and that left a lot of snow. >> and erica ferrari on reports on the efforts to dig out. >> reporter: there is plenty of snow to shovel. and plow. and crews in the northeast and nothingland are frying to clear the roads. some 25 million people depend on and many neighborhoods streets remain buried and people can't get out. the storm dumped three feet of snow in places and this time lapse video shows how fast it came down. and that heavy snow crushed the roof and that weight was too much for the home. the storm forced people to spend the night in the car. >> the battery died. >> reporter: the l
solution to a lot of neighborhoods concerns. state senator jerry hill joins us. >> and the latest d.c. fiscal crisis, the quester situation that can happen on friday and. >> some questions. what has sealions acting strangely? first, some other news from north nature. an earthquake shock up the freemont area this morning and a lot of people said they felt it. >> it was small. a magnitude 3.0. people felt it. it happened before 2 this morning and centered three miles northeast of freemont and five miles southwest of sin ole. viewers tell us that buildings were swaying. so far, no reports of damage or injuries. >>> and this morning, firefighters tackled a two- alarm apartment fire in san francisco. and that happened about 11:35 last night on waller street near buchanan and kpix5 viewers tweeted the photos and they had that under control within the fire. six people are forced out of the homes. >>> police found what they believe is a getaway car in las vegas. the shooting on thursday killed an aspiring rapper from oakland and this is a photograph of that black range rover found last nigh
and sheer manpower. >> so their strategy is to think ahead of him a little bit and use all the resources law enforcement has. he is one person. >> smith says don't expect a peaceful ending. >> this guy is deranged and emotional. i don't think there's anything -- any argument you can make, any appeal to him other than turn himself in if he runs out of gas. he's going to be exhausted. >> dorner sent a package to anderson cooper. in it, a dvd, a note, and a coin. former l.a.p.d. chief said it's the kind of decorative coin he would have given. dorner asked that his brain be preserved to study the effects of severe depression. sharon chin, kpix5. >>> another round of rain moving into the bay area right now. this is what it looked like in the city a couple hours ago. we'll get the latest from kpix5. >> much needed rain fall and some of you got up to an inch of rain over the last 24 hours. take a look at the radar. kpix5 high definition radar showing the heaviest rain in the south bay, leaving redwood city. go across the bridge, union city, fremont, we're seeing heavier showers there. this
cardinal from casting his vote for the next pope. >>> thank you for being with us today. i am anne makovec. >> and i am phil matier. well, gas prices in california are going up but the bay area still isn't the highest in the state. we will be looking at that. >> and frank talk is not something we are used to from politicians, but we are having a lot more of it in california. we will look at that. >> and the president's state of the union address and watergate. all is coming up, but first this morning, we are getting our first look at the white house proposal on immigration reform. >> yes. the whole process could take up to eight years, but first illegal immigrants could apply for legal status for spouses and children. business owners would have to check the immigration status within four years. >> and the president wants to legalize millions of workers. he calls for a new immigration system that tightens border security. evidence on the issue came from the outstretched hands of john mccain and lindsey graham, tough critiques of mr. obama's foreign policy. >> sent me a good immigratio
-- and that we're used to each other. some people stay in relationships because they don't want to be alone. >> they are ash trad it won't work out there and that is logical. if it doesn't work here, it's probably not going to work there and wherever we go, we have couples and they love each other and made it work, you know, and some people do succeed in relationships. >> and to the big thing here. sex. does it have to happen all of the time and are we -- let me phrase that. >> and does that have to happen? >> we're designed to have sex until we die. people have sex at 100 years ole. >> really? and woman at one hundred dollars years old can have baby and 70 years ole. we're designed to have sex and that is proof tone cause you to live 10 years longer and to have less heart disease and less problems. once that is in the way of the regular sex drive that brought us together in the first place, quite often, with the love and other situations and that is a big part. that is why my marriage is special. i only have sex with my wife. a love a lot of people and interact with them and sometimes i sp
looking for this man, jeremy, a friend tells us he had been feeling depressed and had suicidal thoughts, saying he felt helpless. he told his friends, quote, if i'm going down, i'm going down hard. and the friend told us that he was possibly involved in a love triangle. he was involved with another woman that was at the house when her significant other came home. that's when a domestic violence call came out and the police responded to that. this is according to the print. the neighborhood is safe. they are wrapping up their house to house search and should be opening up the street in a couple of hours. live in nta cruz, kpix5. >> a lot of people associate santa cruz with the board walk and they know the area that way, but give us a sense for those of us who don't know that community as well as maybe you do. what impact has this incident had on the town of santa cruz? >> i can tell you i went to school here for four years at uc santa cruz. it is a very small, tight knit town. you can get the sense of a small-town community. the officers at the most, they probably have half a dozen on
cities. kpix 5 linda yee joins us with their bright idea. >> yes, but it turned out to be not so good. and they also picked some of the streets and the neighborhoods where there is a main artery, that proved to be a problem. 900 street lights were turned off saving the city nearly $100,000 a year in energy bills. but when darkness fell, some people felt there were prisoners in their own neighborhood. >> it is kind of scary because you can't always see what's going on. and because we are, you know, we don't want to be too far from the house because it was dark. >> reporter: the blackout caused problems. >> we have seen a rise in graffiti in certain areas. a lot of property crime. one thing that the streets are relying on is streets from the property. it's not acceptable. we need street lights to get turned back on. >> reporter: they will eventually bring all the lights back on. they will be fazed in at around it 00 -- 200 lights a moh. >> we have a rising crime problem. we need to do everything we can to put a damper on it and turning lights on is the simplest way to start. >> reporter
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